3 years ago

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Music Use During Epidural Catheter Placement on Laboring Parturient Anxiety, Pain, and Satisfaction

Zhou, J., Palanisamy, A., Drzymalski, D.M., Kodali, B.S., Tsen, L.C., Huang, C.C.
(Anesth Analg. 2017;124(2):542–547) Listening to music during labor and delivery has been associated with lower anxiety and pain scores, in both laboring women and their male partners. However, the effect of music use in the clinical setting is still poorly understood. In this prospective, randomized, controlled trial, the authors determined the effects of music use during epidural catheter placement on laboring parturients as well as on anesthesia providers.
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